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24 minutes ago, The PIT said:

Round two started.....

Heaviest stuff North of here heading your way by the looks of things Pit 

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Over 57mm here now, should breach 60 by end of the night looking at radar

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Some crazy rainfall totals across South Yorkshire!

Its currently still 14c here at 3am yet one of my weather stations 70 miles west in the Yorkshire Dales is showing 3c!

Interestingly enough Netweather Radar is showing snow falling across the tops of the highest mountains which would be the earliest I can ever record snow falling across North Yorkshire. 

This comes shortly after the earliest widespread ground frost the county has seen (31st August).

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Should have been an amber warning for Sheffield Rotherham areas and I suspect across into East Yorkshire as well. More Rain possibly Sunday.

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Yes, I would have thought that warranted Amber. Conditions were awful, especially

around 1.30am.  Very strong winds and 2" of rain after at least 11 hours of heavy rainfall.

B.

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Yup warning for wind not needed but rainfall needed badly with flooding in sheffield and other areas of sheffield. Rainguage nearly overfilled here with 70.5mm of rain. look at the old rain bottle. The line at the top of the bottle is rainfall.

 

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Was quite windy here last night, kept me awake. Must have sounded worse than it was though because our gazebo still standing this morning albeit with a little tear on a seam that I have just patched.

Not much rain here overnight but it rained heavily most of yesterday afternoon and evening.

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Weve had 75mm in last 24h at home, wow!

Screenshot just now from my weatherlink app:

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Luckily it was a dry summer with all the rain this month !  Had over 68.8mm here in Leeds 

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On 20/09/2018 at 19:29, The PIT said:

What everyone forgets about 2007 was the wet period. There was a lot more rain on the 14th of July but little in the way of flooding however it rained nearly everyday up until the 25th. The river sheaf didn't even flood on the 25th Heeley Bridge flooded due to blocked drains and I know that because I was there and the Bridge inn cellar didn't flood which it does when the sheaf breaks it's banks. We are already past the the amount of rainfall according to the Davis but it's been a dry month until now. I wouldn't call it another 2007 the weather pattern is different although more rain is forecast tonight so we may push 60 to 70mm and looking at the Radar looks like another heavy pulse is coming so we may beat that. Have a look hear for heavy rain events since 1989 and there's quiet a few of them and they occur a lot more regularly than one thinks. http://www.sheffieldweather.co.uk/Averages/Heaviest_Rainfall_From_1989.pdf

You are right about that and what i found with 2007 was just how heavy that rain was too it was like a tropical monsoon.

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Supa dupa day today,make the most of it tomorrow as its going to be cooler on Friday.

 

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Well everywhere drying up again the gardens drying out and out walking on top the ground was cracking up again. No sign of any real rain in the outlook either although GFS was promising a little Monday night into Tues the local forecast says nay.

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Hey guys 👋 As the days become shorter and the temperature slowly drops away I know it’s still a couple of months away until we are officially back into winter and hopefully snow. But does anyone have any predictions for this coming winter??? 

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Posted (edited)

Tonight and Saturday could be interesting rainfall wise and worth keeping an eye on.Maybe another impressive build up rain again.

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2 hours ago, The PIT said:

Tonight and Saturday could be interesting rainfall wise and worth keeping an eye on.Maybe another impressive build up rain again.

Yes I'll be watching closely here again!

It's gone cool now too...

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44 minutes ago, Winter Cold said:

Yes I'll be watching closely here again!

It's gone cool now too...

Spent all day in a t-shirt whilst working around Sheffield, quite a pleasant day. When I left Killamarsh at 3.30pm there was a 8c temp drop on my drive back to depot in Boroughbridge in North Yorkshire.

Its my Saturday in tomorrow and South Yorkshire is looking bleak!

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1 hour ago, vizzy2004 said:

Spent all day in a t-shirt whilst working around Sheffield, quite a pleasant day. When I left Killamarsh at 3.30pm there was a 8c temp drop on my drive back to depot in Boroughbridge in North Yorkshire.

Its my Saturday in tomorrow and South Yorkshire is looking bleak!

Yes was warmer earlier, dropped this evening though a lot. It's just miserable and cool now, 8c.

Take it steady on the roads tomoz 🙂

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Was listening to capital earlier they mentioned something about snow in Yorkshire next week, have they been quoting the express.

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Morning all, 

Woke up to the first frost of the season here.
The grass was white and crispy.   brrrrrr.

B.   

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First air frost here after a low of -0.1c, also the 4th ground frost this season.

Everything seems to be around a month ahead of schedule, hopefully not a curse for snow this winter.

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On 07/10/2018 at 08:36, vizzy2004 said:

First air frost here after a low of -0.1c, also the 4th ground frost this season.

Everything seems to be around a month ahead of schedule, hopefully not a curse for snow this winter.

Yes, here too. -0.7C recorded just a stones throw away at Yapham.

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That was a treat of an early morning ..
Beautiful orange sunrise skies and in the opposite direction a strongly coloured

double rainbow.   ☺️

All grey now and just starting to rain.

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2 minutes ago, Beverley Lass said:

That was a treat of an early morning ..
Beautiful orange sunrise skies and in the opposite direction a strongly coloured

double rainbow.   ☺️

All grey now and just starting to rain.

I managed to get a piccy, it was loverly surprise to see first thing in the morning.

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